Visconti Van Gogh Rollerball Pen - Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman-Pen Boutique Ltd
Visconti Van Gogh Rollerball Pen - Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman-Pen Boutique Ltd
Visconti Van Gogh Rollerball Pen - Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman-Pen Boutique Ltd
Visconti Van Gogh Rollerball Pen - Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman-Pen Boutique Ltd
Visconti Van Gogh Rollerball Pen - Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman-Pen Boutique Ltd
Visconti Van Gogh Rollerball Pen - Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman-Pen Boutique Ltd
Visconti Van Gogh Rollerball Pen - Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman-Pen Boutique Ltd
Visconti Van Gogh Rollerball Pen - Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman-Pen Boutique Ltd
Visconti Van Gogh Rollerball Pen - Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman-Pen Boutique Ltd
Visconti Van Gogh Rollerball Pen - Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman-Pen Boutique Ltd
Visconti Van Gogh Rollerball Pen - Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman-Pen Boutique Ltd
Visconti Van Gogh Rollerball Pen - Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman-Pen Boutique Ltd
Visconti Van Gogh Rollerball Pen - Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman-Pen Boutique Ltd
Visconti Van Gogh Rollerball Pen - Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman-Pen Boutique Ltd
Visconti Van Gogh Rollerball Pen - Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman-Pen Boutique Ltd
Visconti Van Gogh Rollerball Pen - Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman-Pen Boutique Ltd
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Visconti Van Gogh Rollerball Pen - Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman


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FINISH: Peasant woman

Starry night Red vineyard Souvenir de mauves Wheatfield with crows Self portrait Peasant woman Cafe terrace at night Novel reader Sunflowers Oiran Flowering plum orchard
Explore the magic world of Visconti by one of the artist's last painting introducing a new festive edition to Van Gogh series of writing instruments

Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), Auvers-sur-Oise, May 1980: Van Gogh spent the last few months of his life in Auvers-sur-Oise, a small quiet town just north of Paris, after he left the asylum in Saint-Remy in May 1890. The painter was highly productive in Auvers and often went out into the countryside to work in the open air and paint landscapes with cottages and rural scenes.

Van Gogh began the painting of a vineyard with a pencil drawing. The he added oil paint and watercolor in many different shades of blue. He painted some of the roofs red, but these have since faded to brown. Because he left large areas of the paper blank, the colour white plays a large role in the scene.

The drawing is in the collection of the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam.

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